In the late 1950s, Jaguar enjoyed a remarkable string of racing success highlighted by its victories at the gruelling 24-hour Le Mans race. The car behind these victories was the D-type and, when it was transformed into a vehicle the public could buy, the re-skinned racer was christened the E-type. Immediately the E became one of the most celebrated and sought after cars of all time. Over the years, its reputation has only grown. The very first E-types were almost identical mechanically to the racing Jaguars and they showed it in their handling and mind-blowing 150 mile per hour top speed. But it was the styling that made the E so famous. See how Jaguar transformed their racer into a viable production model and how the E evolved over the years. Get an up-close look at the many variations on the theme that kept the sleek Jag so popular and hear from the men who were behind this automotive legend.